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Old 07-28-2014, 09:55 PM   #11
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We owned an X23B before the 5th. The PUGs will help as will having a window or vent open. I installed a Maxxair vent cover and kept the bath vent open all the time. We did not have condensation probs.
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Old 07-29-2014, 05:36 PM   #12
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Looks like condensation, sounds like with the rainy conditions (humidity) and the difference in the air temps from outside to inside created a large amount of condensation!! you may want to look into some PUGS popupgizmos.com... I swear by them...living in Central Florida I deal with all kinds of temp and weather changes and havn't had the humidity or condensation problems on the tent ends since I started using them!!!
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We owned an X23B before the 5th. The PUGs will help as will having a window or vent open. I installed a Maxxair vent cover and kept the bath vent open all the time. We did not have condensation probs.
My issue with PUGs was the look, I wasn't too wild about them. However, having said that, we were on vacation last week at Gulf Shores, Ala. While there, we went thru the SP campground and we saw a PUP with the Pugs on it. I must say, it didn't look as bad as I thought it would!
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